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Lair Of The Fox

3.86  ·  Rating details ·  7 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
The film crew sailing on the limpid Sea of Marmara have never heard of the Little Fox. Nor the fanatical Kurdish freedom fighters whose bizarre hijack galvanised the world.

US diplomat Paul Cyrus conducts the knife-egde negotiations. But the film's leading lady -radical, famous and beautiful Amanda Morgan - makes an offer the Little Fox cannot refuse. Herself for the hosta
306 pages
Published (first published October 1st 1989)
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May 02, 2011 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: yorkshire-lass
Recommended to BoekenTrol by: Bloedengel
Finally I finished this book. Not finally in the sense that I disliked the book, but finally because there were ever coming books in between.

I liked the book. It had an unusual plot and I liked reading about a mixture of freedom fighters / terrorists, a movie star, a few spetznaz boys and ambassy personnel & how they turn Eastern Europe upside down. It was nice to read this book, the story lines diverged and later converged again, just the way I like it: a little thinking necessary about wh
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Jan 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is an excellent novel, intriguing, fast paced with well wrought characters. The author's knowledge of and description of the region is superb. It's a most enjoyable work. If you like adventure thrillers you’ll love this one. Well written, it’s also something of a travelogue taking us from Istanbul to the Islands of Greece. The descriptive passages of the exotic locales are terrific. The plot, which is complex, opens up in Istanbul where Kurdish terrorists led by the elusive Little Fox, seiz ...more
Mar 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
Dan Pollock has just earned himself a place on my 'Very Readable Authors' list. Lair of the Fox is a captivating read. This author knows his subject well and introduces fantastic detail without the often accompanying boredom other writers seem to manage. The characters are real and beleivable and whilst the plot line is relatively simple the way the story unfolds is both natural and compelling.
I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone with a bent for thrillers, I will definite
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